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New Technologies for Improving Memory

New Technologies for Improving Memory

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  • Story Teller – In this task, participants are required to answer questions about key plot elements of a verbally presented story. Memory Matrix – in this task, different squares are highlighted, then you have to remember which boxes were highlighted
  • Two clinical trials to date have been completed usign this program – one involving older adults with no cognitive impairment and one involving older adults with mild memory impairment. In both studies, what they found is…
  • WB – would like to emphasize that “once all 72 people have been recruited, then we will randomly assign people to one of these six groups. Ne group will receive..”

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  • William B. Barr, Ph.D., ABPP
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    • Epilepsy
    • - Control Seizures
    • - Minimize Number of Medications
    • Depression/Anxiety
    • - Pharmacological Management
    • - Psychotherapy
    • - Stress Reduction
    • Other Medical Conditions
    • Healthy Lifestyle
    • - Diet, Sleep, & Exercise
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  • Computer Training (Brain Fitness Program) + Clinic-based Psychoeducation intervention Computer Training (Brain Fitness Program) alone Computer Training (Lumosity) + Clinic-based psychoeducation intervention Computer Training (Lumosity) alone Clinic-based Psychoeducation intervention alone No treatment
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